We wish to understand how courageous (transgressive) forms of education and learning can strengthen our communities to dismantle our historical legacy of racism and inequality and create just, sustainable futures together. With a focus on building relationships across historical divides and the co-creation of the whole research process, we will carry out our research using action research methodologies. This will involve collective exploration, experimentation, reflection and knowledge co-creation. Our Muizenberg-based researchers have formed a collaborative network (Learning Seeds Network), representing learning-focused local organisations from across the spatial divides of Muizenberg’s Apartheid legacy. This network includes the following organisations among others, and will grow throughout the project: New Muizenberg School; Muizenberg Community Garden; Harmony’s Angels Food Kitchen; Muiz Kitchen; Amava Oluntu; Ingcungcu Sunbird Restoration; Fit for Life; Jungle Theatre; Loxion Library, Sozo Foundation, Fynbos life, InMotion studio, and Uvuno Hub. The researchers will carry out workshops, hold ‘in action’ dialogue spaces, conduct interviews and action-research experiments within and across the organisations within the network, and potentially with community-members from these organisations’ broader networks. The exact research instruments and questions will be co-developed by the network’s research Dream Teams (Nature, Food & Gardens, Education & Learning, and Creative Voices) as part of the collaborative research process. The creative research outputs will offer a ‘living-lab’ example of Muizenberg as an ecosystem of learning for a more just, sustainable collective future.